Molecules As Components of Electronic Devises

Molecules As Components of Electronic Devises

English | 2003 | 282 Pages | ISBN: 0841237824 | PDF | 30.3 MB

The field of molecular electronics is a novel area of research developing at the interface of electrical engineering, materials science, and chemistry. To date, most publications in the area appear in disciplinary journals. This will be the first comprehensive book devoted to the subject. Molecules as Components of Electronic Devices provides recent research on a range of molecular electronic applications. The research in the volume is focused on three main areas: measurements, materials, and theory. Molecules as Components of Electronic Devices provides recent research on a range of molecular electronic applications. The first section, Measurements, deals with the electrical conductivity and charge retention properties of self-assembled monolayers of molecules. These properties are relevant to molecules that function as insulators, diodes, memory elements, or two-terminal transistors. Wide-area measurements made on metal/SAM/metal devices and scanning-probe measurements of properties of single molecules are included. The section on Materials is more wide ranging in scope; it includes work on nanoparticle and device fabrication for photovoltaic devices and sensors, and the synthesis and testing of specialized molecules for functions such as light emission. The Theory section includes ab initio studies of electron transport through molecules and an introduction to molecular photovoltaic devices.

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